GA DNR Wildlife Resources Division. Jekyll Island GA (4/14/2014) Georgia’s five wildlife license plates will soon cost less and provide more support for conserving Georgia wildlife, from bald eagles to bobwhite quail. Gov. Nathan Deal signed House Bill 881 into law today at Jekyll Island. The... [ READ MORE... ]
Local chapters are where the mission of Trout Unlimited is carried out on our home waters. Here are 4 ways you can join with many of our active members in supporting that mission.
1. Attend Meetings/Join in Chapter Activities: Meetings and activites are fun and informative. They are also one of... [ READ MORE... ]
A great way for members who tie flies to support the important activities of the chapter is by tying a few extra and donating them to UCCTU.
They will go into bucket raffles and silent auctions during the year to help raise needed funds.
You can share sure fire patterns with other members and... [ READ MORE... ]
There’s been no busier month for Upper Chattahoochee TU members. First Tom Schmeltzer led us in the Trout In the Classroom release on March 1. On March 8, UCCTU hosted the Georgia Council of all of the Georgia Chapters at their quarterly meeting at Ippolito’s. Thank you to the... [ READ MORE... ]
The Top of the Ninth Inning – Two Days LeftGeorgia Trout Unlimited Legislative Update – March 16, 2014 Two days remain in the 2014 session of the Georgia General Assembly – Tuesday and Thursday, March 18th and 20th. It will be a busy week. Expect a flurry of activity right up until midnight on... [ READ MORE... ]
Please join me in welcoming our 18 newest members to the chapter!
Bill AbernathySteve AndersonDara AshtinRobert BagerskiRichard BalyJoseph BurtonDavis ButlerGreg DaneyBlayne FeldmanJohn GambleKendall GrayDavid GreenTony HarperSean HutchisonTom NorvilleBritt O'CallaghanPaul RussellPeter Van Hattum
Bill Lott developed a keen interest in fishing at an early age growing up in New Jersey. He began saltwater fishing near his family’s vacation home on an island, and from time to time would try his hand in the creeks and ponds near his home. There were stocked trout in a creek near his home, and... [ READ MORE... ]
Crossover Day passed on March 3rd. Any bills to be considered must now have passed at least one chamber. Any bills not passed are dead and will need to be reintroduced as new next January for the 2015-16 General Assembly. We are now at the Seventh Inning Stretch. The last day of the session, Day 40... [ READ MORE... ]